Corona update: As from 26 April 2021 city walks in the open air can take place again with a maximum of 10 people per group (guide included). A group visit/tour in a city museum is possible as of 8 May 2021. This date is tentative and subject to the corona measures that are in force at that time. The corona measures limit the maximum number of participants as well. In case you have any questions, please complete our contact form.
Did you know that in the middle of the Antwerp’s commercial heart there is a real palace? Surely you have already walked past it. A wealthy entrepreneur from Antwerp had it built in 1745, Napoleon bought the palace in 1811 and had it refurbished. But he was never there. It was the Dutch King Willem I who stayed in the palace regularly. In the 19th century King Leopold II ordered the construction of the impressive hall of mirrors. The latest restoration of the Palace on the Meir took place in the 21st century. Now the Palace opens to the public again. In addition to the grand building you can also look at the original furniture from Napoleon’s time.
From 30/03/2021 10:00 pm (UTC) until 31/12/2021 10:59 pm (UTC)
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